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transit police joining us. let's talk about would makes a good victim. there is a spike in this type of crime this year so far. as you look around at this platform on inaugurallery place, who is potentially a victim. >> anyone who has an electronic device and not paying attention to their surroundings. you have a young lady using her electronic device. can we approach? >> yes. >> ma'am, i'm will thomas and this is captain campbell. >> we are experiencing a spike in robberies of electronic devices and would remind to you keep your electronic device out of sight, pay attention to your surroundings. >> reporter: are you telling people not to use their phones, not to use their i-pods when they're commuting. >> we're not telling people not to use them. we are asking people to be more careful and more vigilant while we use them. >> reporter: as we board, maybe you can tell us who is potentially vulnerable in here. >> this gentleman right here. he is not looking around. >> reporter: and right by a door. >> right by a door. this young lady here. not really paying attention to what is going o
dhindsa. thank you for joining us for fox 5 morning news. we'll have more on that spectacular scene out west but first we want to get a check of our weather with gwen talbert. >> we are getting the reality of being in september versus thursday where we were in the mid-90s which was totally unbelievable. another cool start to the day. yesterday, we didn't do too baddie. we'll show you what we're talking about. what we've got going on right now is just a few clouds across the area. we have the ridge of high pressure some control and that will continue to dominate our weather pattern over the course of the next day or so so we are doing pretty good so far as we start to embark into this weekend. here is a look at where we stood yesterday, temperature- wise. a far cry from that 96 degrees that we had on wednesday. we're into the 80s right now and today we are looking at a high that will bring us about 78 degrees. no shortage of sunshine, gurvir. >> thank you. >>> we do want to look at our top stories and more on that massive fire just south of san francisco that is blamed on a possible gas
to julie wright with the latest on traffic for us. >> good morning to you both. we are to have a quiet start with no incidents reported if you are making the trip around town. you will find overnight roadwork at the ramp from 124 to exit onto # 70 is in the process of being cleared. -- from 124 to exit onto # 270 is in the process of being cleared. on the uner loop all traffic was being diverted offer onto westbound 66 where you can ride the ramps at nutley street to continue. again, all traffic was being diverted off at 66. there is a work zone on the inner loop at route 7 that had the right side blocked. no problems to reported east of nutley street continuing in towards the capital beltway. traffic running smoothly in each direction. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> new this morning, tons of belongings dumped out on the street a d.c. woman is being kicked out of her home accused of not paying her bills. matt ac lapped joins -- ackland joins us with what is going. >> reporter: eloisa diaz says yesterday, they came to her door and told her she was being evicted. tak
could collect a quarter million dollars in insurance money. she used her final statement to tell her husband's daughter she loved her and she was very sorry. >>> now, to a break in the murder of college student neil god left tski. police arrested a 16-year-old gang member yesterday. he was gunned didn't while riding his bicycle through sherman cycle. the suspect, eric for mansion 17 and is being charged as an adult. >>> the washington nationals are losing stan kasten. he was part are of a tbiewp to buy the nats. he at the time being he committed to staying with the team for five years. -- he was part of a group to buy the nationals. >>> very quiet out there. very calm. also very humid you will find as you walk outside today. i'm sarah simmons in for gurvir dhindsa. let's get a check of the weather again with tucker barnesism feel like a broken record but this is not the kind of weather you would normally be talking about again and again this time of engineer i heard sue mention 65 days where we've been 90 or above. the record is 67. we just need two more days and we can the hottest s
east of us. winds out of the west 15 to 20. high temperature, 89 degrees. more details on the forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we want to take a look at our top stories. a woman is found dead and a man believed to be the father of one of her children was found seriously injured at the apartment they shared along majors lane in columbia, maryland. the victimmed were discovered after a fire broke out in that home but police don't think the fire killed the mother of four. nobody else was hurt. that fire is now under investigation. >>> the florida church planning to burn korans on september 11th is not backing down even after the white house and state department criticized that move. the koran is the holiest book for muslims. the reverend terry jones insists the constitution protects his right to publicly burn coppies of the book. >>> election day is less than one week away and the base for d.c. mayor is getting intense. incumbent mayor fenty is fighting to keep his seat. laura evans has the latest from the campaign trail. >> some people say ad
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